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The composition is comprised of an active agent; a non-functional perfume component; and a FPC mixture comprising isononyl acetate and a second FPC selected from the group consisting of dihydro myrcenol, linalool, geraniol, d-limonene, benzyl acetate, isopropyl mystristate, and combinations thereof, wherein said FPC mixture is present in an amount from about 15% to about 95%, by weight of said composition.
6 (cfc 12) d-limonene 5989-27-5 11 ethanol 64-17-5 980 ethyl acetate 141-78-6 5.
The OSB and gypsum wallboard layers present a major source of formaldehyde, other aldehydes (such as acetaldehyde and hexanal), and terpenes (such as d-limonene and [alpha]-pinene).
It was found to be made up of 53 compounds, predominantly methychavicol (45%), linalool, carvone and D-limonene.
The active ingredient d-limonene destroys the wax coating of the insect's respiratory system.
a manufacturer of custom blends of biosolvents based primarily on ethyl lactate, fatty acid methyl esters, d-limonene and ethanol, has introduced the Elsol product line.
Orange terpenes, single-folded d-limonene and orange essence terpenes all exhibited inhibitory activity against the Salmonella on the disc diffusion assay.
Waterbury, CT, 98%); D-limonene (Sigma-Aldrich, 97%); sorbic acid (Sigma-Aldrich, 99%); benzoic acid (Fisher Scientific, Fair Lawn, NJ, 99%); methyl anthranilate (ABCR GmbH & Co.